Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
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Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that an undeclared state of emergency had actually begun to operate in the country. The reason for its introduction, according to the head of state, was “the most difficult situation in the country over the past 10 years.”
It is planned that the regime will be in effect until the end of March 2023, and it will allow the government to find and cover additional costs for energy production, energy supply and the social sphere.
Vučić did not hide the fact that his country is trying to stock up on gas for the coming winter, but so far, the available volumes of “blue fuel” in Serbian gas storage facilities will last only 50 days, the Serbian edition writes. Pink.
Also, according to him, Serbia is experiencing problems not only with gas. “We have a lot of problems with electricity, an endless problem with water,” Vučić said. And he expressed confidence that the government managed to prevent the collapse of the Serbian economy only due to Belgrade’s refusal to immediately switch to the so-called. green standards.